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6/27/2009
Board of Adjustment Meeting 7/9/09 - Brandywine Valley Baptist Church Sign Variance - CANCELLED

We have just been advised that the applicant requested a continuance.  No reason given has been provided to County Land Use for the continuance and no new date has been set. 

The applicant, Brandywine Valley Baptist Church, 7 Mt. Lebanon Road, is seeking a "Dimensional Variance" from the New Castle County Board of Adjustment.  The maximum sign area limitation is twenty (20) square feet as per the New Castle County Unified Development Code [Section 40.06.060, Section 1.a, Subsection ii.]  The Church is seeking permission to construct a sign which is 109 square feet.  The Church also is seeking a variance from the minimum setback requirements of 20 feet as per the Unified Development Code [Section 40.06.060, Section Section 1.a, Subsection ii.]  The Church is seeking permission for a 10.5 foot setback from the required twenty (20) foot setback. The Church must demonstrate a “hardship not of its own making”. Application submitted by Alan G. Steinle. NC 15 zoning. CD 2. (App. 2009-0296-A) TP# 06-064.00-031. The Unified Development Code can be accessed at www.nccde.org.  Board of Adjustment Meeting Date: Thursday, July 09, 2009
Meeting Time:6 p.m.
Location:New Castle Room, N.C.C. Government Center, 87 Reads Way, New Castle Corporate Commons.

 

How can you learn more and/or provide public inputPublic comments regarding applications should be submitted in writing either 1) by e-mail to Boardofadjustment@nccde.org; 2) via fax to (302) 395-5443; or 3) by U.S. mail to Board of Adjustment, 87 Reads Way, New Castle, DE 19720. Alternatively, you can attend the public hearing and speak.  Directions to the New Castle County Building
New Castle Room , 87 Reads Way, New Castle, DE,
beginning at 6 p.m.

View the application:
http://www.bobweiner.com/files/090709_BrandywineValleyBaptistChurchSignVariance.pdf

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